We brought the first pure CBD autos to market in 2017 and conducted large scale trials in 2018 to test the impact of a number of different variables affecting their growth and field production success. The biggest plant in the 2018 trials was about 250g of dried flower--respectable for sure. The summer of 2020 has been all about experimenting with various levels of ploidy and different crossing combinations to unlock the maximum potential of this plant type. The results are nothing short of revolutionary. In addition to being impermeable to pollen, triploids are consistently larger producers of useable flower than their diploid counterparts. Our best producing line--an F1 hybrid triploid--averaged over 390g of dry flower/leaf, with a max of 658g (!!!). Mean (std. dev.) values for diploid inbred, triploid inbred, and triploid F1 in our control plot are: 121.9g (69.6g), 170.9g (84.89g), and 390g (141g) respectively (n=50, n=50, n=18). Growing diploids just doesn't make sense after 2020.